[OpenAFS] Can't Map AFS drive
Fri, 08 Jul 2005 07:45:06 -0700
Thanks. I'll try that.
You had recommended the use of "afsshare" and=20
submounts the last time I had some issues, so that's why I'm using them.
I'm thinking our issues are related to some kind=20
of 3rd party software conflict, but I haven't=20
narrowed it down yet. Do you know if it's a=20
problem when creating an image of a workstation=20
if you don't delete the MLA first? Sysprep and=20
Ghost end up deleting/forgetting about it in the=20
process of creating an image, and we're curious=20
if that's causing a problem...
At 01:40 PM 7/6/2005, you wrote:
>Don't use submounts. They are a very bad idea
>and will be gone in a future release.
>There is no purpose to them. Simply use
> NET USE X: \\AFS\cellname\path
>Charles McIntyre wrote:
> > Folks-
> > We're having some issues with AFS 1.2.10 and 1.3.84 on a XP SP2 lab
> > image. We're using cross-realm Kerberos authentication to get the K5
> > tgt and KfW Leash32 to get the K4 tgt. We use afsshare to map the
> > user's specific home directory to the "home" submount. The OpenAFS tray
> > app shows the "X:\" drive mapped to their AFS home directory with a
> > checkmark next to it. When the script runs "net use X: \\afs\home" the
> > workstation slows to a snails pace, even though no process shows high
> > utilization in Task Manager. The drive never mounts and the machine
> > becomes unresponsive.
> > Does anyone have any idea why this is happening? More importantly,
> > what's not configured correctly and how do I remedy it?
> > I read the afs-issues.txt file and there was mention of a "afsmap"
> > utility that I thought might help but it's not in the .exe or .msi
> > installer of 1.3.84.
> > Thanks in advance!
> > Charles
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